Undiscovered is a weekly playlist sharing our pick of the best new music from the world's most exciting emerging musicians. You heard it here first.

“Cynnes” by il:lo

Shared ahead of their forthcoming debut EP ‘Myriad’, il:lo’s latest offering “Cynnes” is an ethereal track weaving intricate synths with lo-fi electronica.

“Sagittarius (men like you)” by FLEUR ROUGE

Mixing warped production with soft-spoken vocals, FLEUR ROUGE captivates her listeners with stargazing single “Sagittarius (men like you)” - the final track taken from her upcoming EP ‘What Makes You Think I Care?’.

“Blue High” by Yvonne Ambrée

Creating an elegant soundscape, Yvonne Ambrée is back with another stunning release “Blue High”. A collaborative project with producer Jeremy Page, together the pair unite their creative visions into one body of work.

“Times Square” by Jam City, Aidan

Rocking an infectious, slick funk-groove, Jam City’s latest tune “Times Square” eagerly gears you up for the summer and is a concoction of tropical house sounds, vibrant synths and pulsating beats.

“Unreal” by Maria Chiara Arigirò

Shared with a hypnotic visualiser, “Unreal” is an otherworldly offering, taken from the artist’s recently dropped album ‘Forest City (Bonus)’.

“Brigitte Bardot” by 1000 Beasts, Malaki

Styling old-school hip-hop tendencies with a modern twist, 1000 Beasts teams up with Malaki for his latest cut “Brigitte Bardot”.

“Slowly Break My Heart” by Frankie Beetlestone

Coated in joyous guitar licks and relatable lyrics, Frankie Beetlestone wears his heart on his sleeve on his brand-new single “Slowly Break My Heart”.

“HI 5” by Frost Children

Recently playing a set at SXSW, Forest Children are catapulting themselves into the music industry. Their brand-new single “HI 5” packs a punch and is drenched in penetrative synths and distorted production.

“Jump” by Sofie Winterson

Praised for her compelling storytelling skills, Sofie Winterson is back with another sombre single to add to the mix. Produced by Benny Sings, “Jump” is a nonchalant song with introspective lyrics.

“Basta - Shamir Remix” by Ghost Car, Shamir

In the process of sharing their new remix series, “Basta (Shamir Remix)” is the first of many edgy cuts to come from Ghost Car and is a haunting track with post-punk tendencies.

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